Rumson’s former municipal court judge has pleaded guilty to a five-year scheme in which he diverted to local coffers more than $500,000 that should have gone to Monmouth County, according to an announcement Friday by the county prosecutor.
By JOHN T. WARD
A newly formed semi-pro soccer team plans to play the home matches of its inaugural season this year at Count Basie Fields in Red Bank, the club announced Tuesday.
By JOHN T. WARD
Motorists should be aware of spotty road ice Thursday morning, when wind-chill temperatures were in the single digits, the National Weather Service warned. But the daytime peak was expected to be about 37 degrees under sunny skies, according to the forecast.
Click ‘read more’ to get the outlook through next Wednesday. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
With plenty of grass to eat and poop on, hundreds of Canada geese appeared unruffled by ‘feels like’ temperatures in the teens as they chilled out at Red Bank Regional High in Little Silver Sunday afternoon.
Down jackets are in order on the Greater Red Bank Green as a new week gets underway with more biting cold and a bit of snow in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service. Details below.
With a foot of snow atop the Navesink River ice and wind-chill temperatures below zero, visitors to Marine Park in Red Bank hoping to see some iceboat racing had to settle for empty white riverscapes Sunday. On McCarter Pond in Fair Haven, though, skaters found several small shoveled-out areas in which to enjoy the ice, at right.
The extended snap of bitter cold was expected to end Monday, when daytime temperatures reach about 35 degrees, kicking off a warming trend though the week. But freezing rain could make for hazardous driving conditions in Monday evening. Check out the National Weather Service forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
With wind-chill temperatures at 9 degrees below zero and many local streets packed with ice, the main parking lot at the Red Bank train station was nearly empty at 6:15 a.m. Friday, above, but road activity was stirring a short while later on West River Road in Rumson, right.
Check out some additional photos taken from the Greater Red Bank a day after Thursday’s snowstorm below. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Gelid temperatures for the past week gave members of the Red Bank-based North Shrewsbury Ice Boat & Yacht Club, and a mom-assisted young skater, a solid surface on which to play New Year’s Day.
With a National Weather Service forecast of temperatures remaining below freezing through Sunday, that playground atop the Navesink River is expected to strengthen, setting the stage for iceboat racing this weekend, club Commodore Steve Foster tells redbankgreen.
Here’s the extended forecast, which includes up to two inches of snow Wednesday and Thursday.
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Rumson Police Department for October and November, 2017. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
10/3/17 – Scott Adams, 35, of Atlantic Highlands was arrested by Ptl. Grace Maggiulli for Contempt of Court in the area of Rumson Road and Oakes Road.
10/6/17 – Gregory Gebeline, 25, of Swedesboro was arrested by Ptl. Grace Maggiulli for Possession of CDS and Possession of Paraphernalia.
For Thanksgiving 2017, redbankgreen‘s All Good page is loaded up with fresh news about kids, charities, volunteers, teachers, philanthropy and more on the Greater Red Bank Green.
Take a moment to scroll through the dozen or so newest posts, or do an even deeper dive into the All Good archive. Seeing all the good work that goes on around here may inspire others to chip in. But if nothing else, we’re hoping it gives readers additional reasons to be thankful for their neighbors, and a little more hopeful about the future.
Happy Thanksgiving to all, and thank you for reading redbankgreen.
Leaves on the sidewalk, tiny bulbs in the trees and golden sunshine combined to create a lovely autumn vignette on Monmouth Street in Red Bank Thursday afternoon. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Friday’s weather forecast on the Greater Red Bank Green includes lots of sunshine as well as wind, with gusts reaching around 36 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. Here’s the outlook for the coming weekend and beyond into Thanksgiving.